My story starts back in my teenage years, before I had started to have sex. Everything was fine when it came to sollitary pleasure, as an intact boy I had no difficulties pulling my foreskin back. Yet since the day a friend of mine showed me the first truely adult films that went beyond eroticism, i.e., which entirely showed the anatomy of both sexes, I asked myself questions about my own penis, for those I saw onscreen were different. Mine was bent downward 90 degrees when erect. I had a bent pipe instead of a straight one.
So my GP had me see a sexologist because of the curvature. The sexologist had me see a urologist who said surgery was necessary. He explained my condition was most probably a congenital deformation of my penis. He explained the surgery (imagine straightening a banana by removing a piece from the upper side)…
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In December of 2005, I was speaking to a friend at a restaurant in Central America. He brought up the topic of circumcision and how it reduced the sexual pleasure in a man. I did not say anything, because I was unable to confirm or deny his statement. So I decided that I would return to the United States and do research on the topic.
In the meantime, I became very worried. Was it true? Was my penis desensitized?
The Internet was relatively new at that time. But still, there was a plethora of information on the topic of circumcision. Much of the information was conflicting. However, it was generally divided into two different opinions from men:
1.) Circumcised religious man, defending the process
2.) Circumcised secular American man, defending the process
3.) Man who was circumcised as an adult due to a tight foreskin, defending the process
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Last spring, I discovered it was possible to reverse my infant circumcision through foreskin restoration. I was amazed when I came across it. I had been disappointed to find out that I had been cir…